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NEW colour coded Food Check Thermometers

27 October 2014

The Food Check thermometer is designed specifically for the busy food and catering professional, who wishes to purchase an economically priced digital food thermometer.  

It will measure the temperature quickly and accurately and is ideal for monitoring cooked and chilled foods as part of HACCP and health and safety procedures.

The extended temperature range (-49.9 to 299.9 °C) of the Food Check thermometer covers a wide range of kitchen temperature measurement applications, including fryer and dishwasher cycles.  With a resolution of 0.1 °C, the Food Check has a combined thermometer and probe “system” accuracy of better than 0.5°C.

Housed in a robust ABS case that includes the 'Biomaster' additive to minimise bacterial growth, the Food Check is available in five NEW food safe colours - blue, green, red, white and yellow, ideal for different food types it helps reduce the risk of cross-contamination in food preparation areas. 

The Food Check thermometer features a large, easy to read, LCD display with open circuit and low battery indication.  Incorporating a simple to use on/off push-button, the unit powers off automatically after ten minutes, maximising battery life. 


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